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    I am glad to work with you.
    I am glad to be working with you

    What is difference?

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    Default Re: difference

    Quote Originally Posted by onkar View Post
    I am glad to work with you.(This is correct with or without definite time frame.)
    I am glad to be working with you. (I guess this should have a definite time frame.)

    What is difference?
    (not a teacher)

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